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The proceedings series Advances in Economics, Management and Political Sciences (AEMPS) is an international peer-reviewed open access series that publishes conference proceedings from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning economic and management issues. The series welcomes empirical and theoretical articles concerning micro, meso, and macro phenomena. Proceedings that are suitable for publication in the AEMPS cover domains on various perspectives of economics, management and political sciences and their impact on individuals, businesses and society.

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    Along the time, there are many forecasting techniques applied by researchers in various topics in Economics. Traditionally, some of the most popular time-series analysis model like Vector-autoregressive (VAR) are still widely applied in Economics forecasting topics since they can capture sufficient information for a dataset to predict. On the other hands, machining learning and deep-learning algorithm also shades a way for forecasting. In particular, algorithm like Gradient boosting, learning algorithm Long-short-term memory (LSTM) shows their tremendous accuracy when applying to Economic data. Covid-19 leads to one of the largest economic recessions in history in terms of intensity and time. In this article, some of the popular forecasting methods are applied to forecasting GDP data with the record from Covid-19. The empirical analysis is conducted for data in United states to compare the accuracy and divergency for various prediction algorithms. It turns out that machine learning algorithms are well performed in US cases where they generate relatively low forecasting error.

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    With consumerism sweeping the globe today, anti-consumption groups are also gradually rising, and young people, as the main force of consumption and an important participant in anti-consumption, have attracted much attention for their consumption behaviours and consumption psychology. Therefore, from the perspective of anti-consumption theory, this study will explore the behavioural characteristics of anti-consumption behaviours of Chinese youth groups, their motives and psychological motivations under anti-consumption behaviours. Through the combination of semi-structured interviews and participant observation, it can be found that the anti-consumption groups of Chinese youths emphasize on "rational consumption" in their anti-consumption behaviours, and have a strong personal and financial tendency. In terms of the reasons for their behaviours, the motivation is based on personal emotions and economic considerations, but the psychological motivation is for the purpose of enhancing consumer well-being. Therefore, the anti-consumption behaviour of the youth group is mainly formed under the combined effect of personal reality, spiritual needs and social environment, with the social environment being the precondition for anti-consumption behaviour, personal reality being the direct cause, and spiritual needs being the root cause, and anti-consumption behaviour will only arise if these three factors are present at the same time.

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    This paper explores the design and analysis process of a campus service mini program. As known, an increasing number of mini program platforms are emerging in the market, and the unique community of schools, consisting of teachers and students, also requires a dedicated mini program to cater to their needs. This paper covers aspects such as the functional design, page layout, technical implementation, market analysis, and future planning of the mini program. Through our research, we have found that the design and development of a mini program is a complex and meticulous task, requiring thorough consideration of user needs, technical implementation capabilities, and market demands. Utilizing front-end development technologies, the mini program achieved a simple and user-friendly interface, consolidating multiple scattered platforms commonly used by users, enhancing the platform's practicality, and improving user experience. This research article provides a detailed introduction to the design philosophy, functional modules, technical implementation, and market analysis of the mini program. Additionally, the paper outlines future development trends and offers development recommendations, enabling the mini program to better face future challenges.

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    As the applications and their scope developed by several major technology firms such as Alphabet and Meta advance, these companies are found to be facing compliance issues due to increasing user concerns about privacy. The research investigates the tactical strategy utilized by these companies in addressing the relevant problems and allegations and then offers recommendations for effective tactics. Based on the principles of novel and previous tracking tools, the research analyzes the disadvantages of current innovative tools and discovers a developing orientation according to the main dimensions of user psychological analysis, transparency issues, and problems linked to advertising arrangements. The implication highlights the possible factors that contribute to users' concerns and the essential aspects to enhance the safety measures of these extensively utilized platforms.

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